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O’Connell Street development faces year’s delay

Plans for a €1.25 billion development on O’Connell Street in Dublin could be delayed by a year after the project was appealed to An Bord Pleanála. Dublin City Council granted permission for the redevelopment of the former

21st February, 2009

Plans for a €1.25 billion development on O’Connell Street in Dublin could be delayed by a year after the project was appealed to An Bord Pleanála. Dublin City Council granted permission for the redevelopment of the former

Carlton cinema site last year, but it has been referred to the appeals body in recent weeks. The ‘Dublin Central’ development by Chartered Land is due to include a €50 million John Lewis department...

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